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Micah Richards Signed Match Football Shirt

A real rare piece of Football Memorabilia!! A signed Manchester City Micah Richards match worn shirt from the 2011 match with Arsenal. A real piece of football memorabilia, a must for any Man City fan.
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Micah Richards Signed Manchester City Shirt
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A real rare piece of Football Memorabilia!! A signed Manchester City Micah Richards match worn shirt from the 2011 match with Arsenal. A real piece of football memorabilia, a must for any Man City fan. This shirt has been signed by the squad who played that day and also players from the 2010/11 Squad. 

This shirt is unframed but can be framed at additional cost to the purchaser, please contact us to discuss.

The players from the squad that day are;

Hart,Richards,Zabaleta,K Toure,Kompany,Barry,De Jong,Yaya Toure,Milner,Tevez Boateng ,Jo, A Johnson 65.

Unused subs: 
Given, Lescott, Wright-Phillips, Vieira, Bridge

A great piece of Manchester City Football Memorabilia 

Match Statistics Weds 05/01/11, 7:45PM Att: 60085 Barclays Premier League Referee: Mike Jones

Manchester City ground out an draw against a rampant Arsenal side to maintain second place in the Premier League after a fascinating tactical battle ended 0-0 at the Emirates.

Despite the Arsenal hitting the woodwork twice in the first half, the Manchester City snuffed out the best the Gunners could muster to earn a valuable point and keep the North London side in third.

Pablo Zabaleta was sent off with Bacary Sagna in the dying embers of the game, but Manchester City will surely contest the decision to send off the Argentine who appeared to be the victim rather than the instigator in a heated head-to-head with the Arsenal full-back.

It's a fair bet no more than a handful of the 3,000 travelling fans were in attendance the last time the Blues triumphed away to the Gunners back in October 1975.In that game,goals from Asa Hartford, Rodney Marsh and Joe Royle were enough to give Tony Book's side victory that day, but few would have envisaged the best part of four decades would pass without Manchester City recording a single win either at Highbury or the Emirates Stadium thereafter!
With Manchester United edging 3 points clear with a win over Stoke, Roberto Mancini was hoping to extend his unbeaten run in London as City boss to eight, having never lost in the capital.

With David Silva and Mario Balotelli injured, Mancini made five changes from the team that beat Blackpool 1-0 at the weekend with Kolo Toure, James Milner, Micah Richards, Pablo Zabaleta and Jo all recalled to the starting line-up.The subs bench was Adam Johnson, Joleon Lescott and Jerome Boateng, while Aleksandar Kolarov and Silva were unavailable.
Arsenal stuck with the same eleven who convincingly beat Birmingham City 3-0 at St Andrews at the weekend to become the best away team in the top flight this season, but the Blues knew a draw or better would put them back on equal footing on that particular score. The way Arsenal started the game, however, suggested they may retain their status with the City taking something of a battering in the opening moments.With two minutes on the clock, Samir Nasri played the ball to Jack Wilshere who slid the ball across the City goal to where Robin Van Persie somehow failed to slide the ball into the empty net. It was an amazing let off for Manchester City, but Arsenal were far from finished.Van Persie's neat footwork bought him a few yards of space and the Dutchman rattled the post with a low drive from the edge of the box and then Hart saved smartly from Wilshere a minute later as City continued to somehow weather a storm.
Manchester City gradually worked their way back into the game but were again fortunate to stay on level terms when Cesc Fabregas struck a low drive against the foot of the post on 29 minutes.The second half was much more even, with Arsenal running out of steam and ideas and the Manchester City defence and midfield were resolute from start to finish with every player putting in a shift. Though Manchester City never tested Fabianski for the entire 90 minutes, with Chelsea and Spurs also dropping points, it was something of a moral victory for the battling Blues.


This is all comes in a superb Italian made silver frame,with styrene glass for safe delivery through the post. We are happy to offer a 100 percent money back guarantee with every item we sell,if the autograph is not genuine. We ships safely and securely worldwide. We are one of the fastest shippers on the internet so count on a quick turn around time. Overnight and priority upgrades are available upon request. Each item is packed in a soft nylon case which is then protected with the largest bubble wrap available and boxed in a sturdy corrugated cardboard shipment carton. All posters, photos, and other pieces of memorabilia are shipped securely to ensure the protection of each of these priceless items. 

International purchasers are welcome. Please check postage costs with us first. 

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£695.00 plus delivery

Usually sold for £995.00


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